NCH is looking for a Careers Adviser to work with the Dean of Careers and Visiting Fellow for Careers to offer a unique high quality careers service to students. The successful applicant will be responsible for helping students to make informed decisions, develop strategies and career plans as...
Part time Careers Adviser
NCH is looking for a Careers Adviser to work with the Dean of Careers and Visiting Fellow for Careers to offer a unique high quality careers service to students. The successful applicant will be responsible for helping students to make informed decisions, develop strategies and career plans as well as advising on how to present themselves effectively at interviews and cope with the transition from studying to employment.
The successful candidate will have a good knowledge of and extensive contacts in all or some of the following areas of the creative industries; marketing, marketing services, technology, telecoms, media, television, publishing, journalism, computer games, sport and leisure media, TV. However, they will also be able to offer some support to students whatever destination they are looking at. The job additionally involves pitching NCH to employers, finding opportunities and preparing students for interview.
New College of the Humanities offers a unique liberal arts-inspired undergraduate curriculum taught to small groups and through the one-to-one tutorial system that is the gold standard of a humanities education. Students choose a combined honours degree comprising a ‘major’ subject and a complementary ‘minor’ subject, from any two of Economics, English, History, Philosophy, Politics & International Relations, and Law (which can also be taken as a single honours LLB.) All undergraduates at NCH combine their degree studies with the College’s enriching diploma, which is designed to provide the insights required to lead a fulfilling life after graduation, and offers exceptional professional development opportunities.
With its innovative model, integrating personal and professional development into an academic programme, the College understands the importance of preparing its graduates for success after university. NCH graduates have an excellent intellectual and cultural basis for a range of careers and a track record of securing great jobs, particularly in the creative industries, professional services, policy and public service and entrepreneurial activities..
The College offers this role on a flexible basis, including mainly term time working. Salary will be between £33k-£38k, depending on seniority and the nature of any flexible contract.
Please see the accompanied job description for full details of the Careers Adviser role.
How to apply
Closing date: Midnight, 22nd April 2018
To apply, please follow this link to submit a curriculum vitae and covering letter, which clearly explains how you meet the person specification. Please reference the subject as “CA0318”. Participation on the equal opportunities section is encouraged, but voluntary.